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Estimating yield of sorghum using root zone water balance model and spectral characteristics of crop in a dryland Alfisol

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  • Mandal, Uttam Kumar
  • Victor, U.S.
  • Srivastava, N.N.
  • Sharma, K.L.
  • Ramesh, V.
  • Vanaja, M.
  • Korwar, G.R.
  • Ramakrishna, Y.S.

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  • Mandal, Uttam Kumar & Victor, U.S. & Srivastava, N.N. & Sharma, K.L. & Ramesh, V. & Vanaja, M. & Korwar, G.R. & Ramakrishna, Y.S., 2007. "Estimating yield of sorghum using root zone water balance model and spectral characteristics of crop in a dryland Alfisol," Agricultural Water Management, Elsevier, vol. 87(3), pages 315-327, February.
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    1. Mandal, Uttam Kumar & Burman, D. & Bhardwaj, A.K. & Nayak, Dibyendu Bikas & Samui, Arpan & Mullick, Sourav & Mahanta, K.K. & Lama, T.D. & Maji, B. & Mandal, Subhasis & Raut, S. & Sarangi, S.K., 2019. "Waterlogging and coastal salinity management through land shaping and cropping intensification in climatically vulnerable Indian Sundarbans," Agricultural Water Management, Elsevier, vol. 216(C), pages 12-26.
    2. Pereira, L.S. & Paredes, P. & Jovanovic, N., 2020. "Soil water balance models for determining crop water and irrigation requirements and irrigation scheduling focusing on the FAO56 method and the dual Kc approach," Agricultural Water Management, Elsevier, vol. 241(C).

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